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A Monster Crime: $40,000 Worth Of Energy Drinks Stolen

CORONA (CBSLA.com) — They’re a hot commodity in convenience stores, and someone decided Monster energy drinks were worth the risk of a big-rig heist.

Someone stole a big rig full of the beverages from a lot on Sherborn Street in Corona earlier this week in a sophisticated operation. 161 more words

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Video Shows Dump Truck Smashing Into Vehicles In San Gabriel

SAN GABRIEL (CBSLA.com) — A dump truck driver lost control Wednesday, and hit eight vehicles in three separate collisions along Valley Boulevard.

The first was at the intersection of Valley Boulevard and New Avenue. 71 more words

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Study Shows Employment Disparities Between Smokers And Nonsmokers

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By Dr. Brian McDonough, Medical Editor

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Every now and then there is a major study which is at the intersection of good health and the workplace. 181 more words

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Shields Gives Up 2 Homers, White Sox Lose To Phillies 5-3

CHICAGO (CBS) — The arrow once again is pointing down for the Chicago White Sox.

James Shields gave up two more home runs, and the White Sox lost to the Philadelphia Phillies 5-3 on Wednesday night, hours after announcing a name change is coming to their ballpark. 604 more words

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Investigation Underway Into Cicero Company’s Alleged Wildlife Hazard

(CBS) — The Chicago Sanitary and Ship Canal is an environmentally protected waterway. But tonight, an investigation is underway into allegations a Cicero company created a hazard to fish and other wildlife, in and around the canal. 353 more words

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U.S. Cellular Field Will Become Guaranteed Rate Field In November

CHICAGO (CBS) — It’s the same team and the same location, but now with a different name.

“I couldn’t even get used to the U.S. Cellular Field,” said Chicago White Sox fan Laura Myszak. 358 more words

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Seen At 11: 'Drunkorexia' Deadly New Trend On College Campuses, Experts Warn

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — Experts are warning about a deadly new trend on college campuses known as “drunkorexia.”

Claire Mysko of the National Eating Disorders Association told CBS2’s Dick Brennan that it’s an epidemic among college women who feel pressured to be thin. 277 more words

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